Yarn Live at the Crazy Horse - Nevada City, CA 2015-11-12
Blake Christiana - Vocals, Guitar Rod Hohl - Electric Guitar, Vocals Rick Bugel - Bass Robert Bonhomme - Drums Tim Carbone - Fiddle
01 Lies I've Told 02 Tennessee 03 Down On Your Luck 04 This Is The Year 05 Lucky Man 06 Dirt Road 07 The Loner 08 I Let You Down 09 Alone On The Weekend 10 New York City Found 11 Candyman 12 Easy Road 13 Empty Pockets 14 I Hate You 15 Roadhouse 16 I'm The King 17 Bad Bad Man 18 Turn Off The Light 19 Abilene 20 Look To The Future 21 You're Gone, I'm Alright 22 Helpless * 23 When The Summer Ends *
* With Jenni Charles & Jesse Dunn from Dead Winter Carpenters
Source: MTX - SBD / Josephson C-42 Condenser's Mic's placed in null of mains to catch stage sound & crowd reaction(Rod's guitar was loud on stage & down in the mix). Lineage: Tascam DR-680 4-track 44.1/24 > Audacity Mixdown > Flac > Foobar 2000 (tagging)
Recorded for future broadcast by Community Radio KVMR FM in Nevada City, CA.
November 20, 2015 Subject:
WOW!!! Thanks for your work in mixing this show and getting it up for those of us who wish we could be at one of these "Out West" shows. This is superb recording quality and the band is obviously on FIRE! Love the addition of Tim too. I'm looking forward to their eventual visit down South to Texas. I hope they bring along some friends too. The addition of the fiddle is quite fantastic! I will have this show on a loop for awhile. Hope someone is capturing the rest of the shows up North and posting them too! Gracias
November 19, 2015 Subject:
Yarn in California Gold Country
Thanks to Buzz and the KVMR crew for being great hosts at the studio and uploading this dynamite recording.
My 3rd time seeing Yarn. Crazy Horse was on fire and the band responded in kind. Dreadlock Mafia thought I was a cop all night, but I was there for the music not to blend in.
Hohl and Carbone traded licks all night firing salvos across the stage to the delight of the sold-out room. Blake and the steady-as-a-rock rhythm section(Ricky B. and Rob Bonhomme)provided the foundation for all the ornamental playing out-front.
Do yourself a favor and go see this band while you can still get close and enjoy the music in small venues. They are still a down and dirty traveling band grinding out brilliant performances to smallish audiences who adore them. You will too.